Curates of Ringmer

 

 

From To Name Notes Vicar
1608 1610 Marmaduke Browne Wood
1621/2 Richard Barham buried 7 Mar 1621/2 Aldriche
in 1626 Mr Russell Aldriche/Sadler
1734 William Weston Talbot
1735 1736/7 James Davies Talbot
1748 1751 Thomas Davies note below Dixon
1751 John Tudor Dixon
1753 1755 John Hubbersty/Hubbersley note below Dixon & Baynes
1756 -   Harper Baynes
1756 1757 Robert Woodward Baynes
1757 1758 William Baker Baynes
1759 Jacob Townshend note below Baynes
1759 1775 Theodore Fletcher note below Baynes
1775 Henry White Baynes
1775 Edward Rains or Raynes Baynes
1775 1776 John Robinson Baynes
1776 1778 Mansel Gwynne note below Baynes
1779 1787 Robert Gerison note below Baynes & Woodward
1787 Thomas Tims note below Woodward
1788 1841 John Lupton note below Woodward & Constable
1841 1863 Edward Symons vicar of Ringmer 1863-1891 Constable
1870 1871 R. S. Arnold note below Symons
1872 1874 Frederick F.M.S. Thornton note below Symons
1881 1883 Alfred Ebenezer Anderson Symons
1884 1888 Frank Hugh Fisher note below Symons
1888 1891 Charles Douglas Percy Davies note below Symons
1896 1899 Walter A. Errington artist Gribbell
1899 Cyril W. Comby Gribbell
1900 1902 Henry Tomlison note below Gribbell
1903 J.G. Sadock ? illegible signature; Jul-Dec Gribbell
1904 1906 J. Victor H. Reade note below Gribbell
1906 1907 Richard Rigden Nov, Jan-Mar, note below Gribbell
1907 1910 Charles Furnival note below Gribbell
1910 1912 Herbert E. Ward note below Gribbell
1912 1916 Charles Furnival note below Gribbell/Rosseter
  
2000 John Lowerson Moseley
2001 2001 David Perks Pratt
2002 2007 Anthony Cane Pratt
2010 2014 Sally Reeve Pratt

 

Most of these names come from the Ringmer parish registers.
Those from 1754 onwards are recorded regularly in the marriage and banns registers.
Those from 1813-1900 are taken mainly from the baptism and burial registers.
Those from 1900 onwards are taken from the burial registers.
For these periods only the lists can be assumed to be essentially complete.
Some names have been added or expanded from 19th/early 20th century directories.
Of the vicars mentioned:
Talbot was not resident at Sussex.
Dixon resided at Newick (where also vicar).
Baynes resided at Fletching (where also first curate, then vicar).
Woodward resided at Fletching (where also first curate, vicar) and held other simultaneous benefices.
Constable, Symons, Gribbell & Moseley were all resident.

 

This list was compiled by John Kay
Last updated 9/9/15